Grateful Dead Live at Copps Coliseum on 1990-03-21
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
The reason for the DVD > Phillips CDR is because I could not get the original
discs to be read on any reader other than my home DVD, not even my Ultraplex
and I don't have a DVD on my computer. I also had an issue with the way the
second disc was arranged, the songs were out of order and two of the six tracks
had two-second silent gaps. I extracted the tracks from my CDDA discs with EAC
and then rearranged them in the correct order with CE2k's open/append function,
removed the silences and then cut it up again with CDWAV. There was no
normalization or audio editing of any kind other than removing silences and
cutting the tracks. Enjoy.
- FOB Schoeps CMC44's > DAT > CD > DVD > Optical cable > Phillips CDR870(CDDA) > EAC > CE2k > CD Wave > SHN
- Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
- Run time
- Transferred by
- Doug Nawrocki
- Copps Coliseum
Subject: recording quality
Subject: "sometimes we visit your country"
I like this AUD recording - there is good energy here, with an appreciative audience, an above-average "Half-Step" (Without a Net?) and a fun "Loose Lucy" that was always a blast live. Slightly annoying when Bobby cuts off Jerry's "It Must Have Been the Roses" and does "Queen Jane" though (imagine?! we did finally get "Roses" the next night...). The "Hey Pocky Way" second set opener is full of energy as per, and "Crazy Fingers" leads into a rare fun second set "Cumberland Blues." The circus wasn't fully in town at these shows as I imagine an international border turned some folks off making the trip, and in retrospect, it was the most innocent lot scene I experienced. Travelled thousands of miles over the years and as it turns out, some of the best, most interesting shows I saw were within an hour or so of where I live eh.
Subject: Grateful for Further.net
Subject: where did the soundboards go for this run?
Subject: Good Aud
enjoy..good energy, good levels...
Subject: hamilton, 1990
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